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Have you ever noticed that the worst groups with the most radical ideologies tend to adopt names that suggest that their organisation exist for the public interest: For example, when Robespierre took over the revolutionary movement in France, he changed the name of his group from the Jacobin to the ''Committee of Public Safety'' which adopted fear as a means to govern the country. This led to a period in history called ''The Great Terror''. Note that He even used statues of Marat, the matyr of the revolution, that were displayed in churches, much like statues of George Floyd are displayed today. Peter the Hermit led the first crusade, also called ''The People's Crusade'' where he led peasants, with no military training, to war against the Muslims. These people had no weapons, no money and nothing to eat. They didn't even knew who was friends or foes. They attacked the Byzantines and the Muslims alike and met a tragic end. Mao formed the ''People's Army'' that overthrew the government and murdered tens of millions of Chinese. They are still murdering their people up to this day. G.W. Bush used 9/11 to radicalize the USA and gained control of the senate. He argued that people around the world didn't share the American values of democracy, thus he would impose democracy around the world. Everyone who questioned him were ''visited'' by ''the Department of Defense''. This was a terrible period of my younger years where everyone was radicalized and a period where free speech was snuffed out in the name of ''National Defense''. (It was very similar to Biden's regime) A group of black supremacists who advocates for: killing white people; steal people's shit; promote communism and to overthrow a government, called themselves ''Black Lives Matters'' and we all know their story. It would seem that the most logical thing to do when someone advocates for the creation of a group and proposes a pretty altruistic name, the best thing to do is to go take a walk in an open field with that person and to follow the 11th rule of Anton Lavey on Earth for the good of mankind. Gato Villano

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Have you ever noticed that the worst groups with the most radical ideologies tend to adopt names that suggest that their organisation exist for the public interest: For example, when Robespierre took over the revolutionary movement in France, he changed the name of his group from the Jacobin to the ''Committee of Public Safety'' which adopted fear as a means to govern the country. This led to a period in history called ''The Great Terror''. Note that He even used statues of Marat, the matyr of the revolution, that were displayed in churches, much like statues of George Floyd are displayed today. Peter the Hermit led the first crusade, also called ''The People's Crusade'' where he led peasants, with no military training, to war against the Muslims. These people had no weapons, no money and nothing to eat. They didn't even knew who was friends or foes. They attacked the Byzantines and the Muslims alike and met a tragic end. Mao formed the ''People's Army'' that overthrew the government and murdered tens of millions of Chinese. They are still murdering their people up to this day. G.W. Bush used 9/11 to radicalize the USA and gained control of the senate. He argued that people around the world didn't share the American values of democracy, thus he would impose democracy around the world. Everyone who questioned him were ''visited'' by ''the Department of Defense''. This was a terrible period of my younger years where everyone was radicalized and a period where free speech was snuffed out in the name of ''National Defense''. (It was very similar to Biden's regime) A group of black supremacists who advocates for: killing white people; steal people's shit; promote communism and to overthrow a government, called themselves ''Black Lives Matters'' and we all know their story. It would seem that the most logical thing to do when someone advocates for the creation of a group and proposes a pretty altruistic name, the best thing to do is to go take a walk in an open field with that person and to follow the 11th rule of Anton Lavey on Earth for the good of mankind. Gato Villano

79 views · Feb 7th